Makansutra Singapore Food Ebook 2023/24

Song Kee Fishball Noodle 151 Bishan Street 11 Ong Seng Lee Eating House (Map) Mon – Sun: 7.00am – 1.00pm


This relatively lesser-known stall inside Ong Seng Lee Eating House is one of the well-kept secrets of folks living around block 151 Bishan. This Song Kee Fishball Noodle stall is run by a son and grandson of the founder of Song Kee, who has five sons. All are in the fishball noodle business in keeping the Song Kee brand at the forefront of Teochew fishball noodles in Singapore hawker food culture. The noodles and savoury, piquant spicy sauce with lard is good but the stars of Song Kee stalls are always their handmade fishball, fish cake, pork and fish ball, and fish dumpling (her kiao – fish paste skin dumplings). It is their famous her kiao that people in the long queue come for everyday. Savoury little balls of soft well seasoned minced pork, wrapped in a tender chewy skin made by rolling a blend of fish paste and rice flour. Teochew comfort food at its best!

Soon Huat Teochew Traditional Kway Teow Mee 5 Geylang Lor 29 (Map) 7.30am – 2.15pm Wed & Thurs

This old couple still delivers this as consistently as we have always known since day one. The sambal is light and blended with flavoured oils like lard and a touch of soy sauce. You can choose to add black vinegar or not. They can add a dash of tomato sauce to the sambal for kids who kids at heart. The noodle come nicely aldente and the sambal clings of happily to the noodles, but you have to toss it well beforehand. The toppings are quite old school – like with pork skin, liver, fish balls (store bought), fish cake slices, and a spoon of crispy lard croutons. The best part is the generous bean sprouts added- it makes every bite a crunchy sensation.


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